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Oct 6, 2012 7:00am EDT
like being addressed in the campaigns themselves. you can see the economy at the top. it is jobs, the federal debt and cutting government spending. people feel there's a good amount of waste and they think of having a smaller government to avoid that kind of waste. there are concerns of a future terror attack, health care, when we look specifically at how people manage if the recession, and three in 10 looking for work. since the time of the recession. those who don't think -- people have gaps on health insurance and the housing debacle, and mortgages are underwater. that is a sense of an overview of research we have done. and polarization doesn't -- in another sense doesn't need to describe our body politics. thank you very much and if you have other questions we would be delighted to answer them. [applause] >> i don't know if this is done or not. you brought a lot of problems issues. there are a lot of issues being tracked and you have everything from conservative to liberal and republicans and race divisions and religious affiliation north and south and all these things. based
Oct 13, 2012 7:00am EDT
and young people into the formal economy, providing capital and training for on for for nors, helping emerging democracies update their economic regulations, investment laws and trade policies so private sectors can flourish. establishing a tunisian american enterprise fund with an initial capitalization of $20 million to stimulate investments in the private sector and provide businesses with needed capital. the private investment corporation is offering $50 million in loans and guarantees and the millennium challenge corp. is helping address long-term constraints to economic growth. we provided expert training for small business owners and job training to hundreds of young to legions and i am particularly proud of the new $10 million scholarship fund which will launch in august to help tunisian students study at american universities and colleges. we look forward to working on economic issues with the new libyan government once it is formed. one of our top priorities is helping nations trade more with each other. that will create new jobs for their citizens and markets for their prod
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